The Little Book of Coffee Law

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American Bar Association, 2010 - Law - 272 pages
This fascinating book examines coffee, from its origins to its current status in our daily lives as an essential part of Western European and American culture. You'll discover how law and the trade in coffee have evolved together including cases involving free trade, contracts in the global coffee economy, insurance and commodities futures in the growth of coffee imports, and the commercialization of the coffee business.
 

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Contents

Its a Pirates Life for Him The Flying Fish Case
3
The Wreck of the Mary W Insuring Your Coffee
13
I Like My Coffee Fully Leaded Adulterated Coffee
25
Quaff the Quality CupHills Bros Recognized Standard Trying to Control the Coffee Market
41
Taking the Easy Way Out
55
Dominating the Institutional Market The Fate of the Wagon Men
63
Having Your Coffee and Drinking It Too
71
The Importance of the Brand Private Label
81
Hot Coffee
151
Frozen Coffee A FreezeOut in the World of Coffee Distributors
163
The Coffee House Craze When Is There Too Much of a Good Thing?
175
Diluted Coffee The Importance of the Brand Redux
187
Grounds for Divorce
201
A FaceOff Against Nestlé The Use of an Image to Sell Coffee
215
Coffee in Cyberspace The Importance of the Brand Last Drop
229
Fair Trade Coffee The Growers
241

Fishy Coffee The Importance of the Brand Part II
91
FreezeDried Coffee Patent Rights
103
What Goes Up Can Come Down The Wild World of Coffee Futures Trading
113
He Was Dunked by Dunkin Donuts Coffee House Franchise Agreements
125
A Smugglers Tale The International Coffee Agreement
135
Can You Mandate Fair Trade?
255
About the Author
263
Index
264
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